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I have 64fv, and right after you" press" the trigger,I have noticed that there is a lot "overtravel"(not sure about proper terminology)
Is there a way that this could be adjusted and get rid of the so-called "slack" after each shot?i really like this gun but the trigger seems sloppy to me. Any help or info is appreciated.:t :confused:
 

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Not the most Hi-Tech approach but I have seen people super-glue a pencil eraser (cut to the proper thickness) to the inside rear surface of their trigger guard to act as a trigger stop. If you have a trigger which has no overtravel adjustment this is really a pretty efficient option.
 
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